Future outdoor gallery will celebrate creativity, community
Crockett Row at West 7th has announced a call for artists for the launch of its new public art program this year, a news release said.
The mixed-use development aims to create a mixed-medium outdoor gallery to celebrate creativity and community in Fort Worth.
Crockett Row plans to collaborate with emerging and established artists on a number of projects, beginning with a series of three murals to be completed this summer. So, the development is looking for artists to involve in the project, which will aim to capture the energy of its location in the Cultural District.
Two of the three murals will be located at the Currie Street entrance of the north parking garage and the other one will welcome visitors outside of the forthcoming FOODHALL at Crockett Row.
Artists can apply and learn more at bit.ly/crockettrowmuralproposals. Submissions are due May 18, and selected artists will be notified by May 31.
“The installation of new public art is the natural next step in Crockett Row’s progression as a Cultural District destination,”Monica Bermea, Crockett Row marketing director, said in the release. “We look forward to working together with many talented artists to create a one-of-a-kind outdoor gallery.”
For more information, visit crockettrow.com.